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WHAT.' Wvt NrvKH Cl?08t0 Taj
YOU DCN T KNOW V.M,1 YOU'Vf.
IT . Oi .
1 j 'Get 7 'J-j::C3ri f say"B)u G-O O-D
A Spoiled Child
.7 "Ite kunal&ay,'
bY CHARLES DARNTON.
hA B ,rww V 1"e Kli",t"'4" came tu the Lyceum Theatre lt
M n:ni viiuinui .' i
Burkf I crowiur.a glory in our eye
lai.-i comedy by V.f'o -.id Htori
m alias BurlM'i hair.
u It li bar.-ly posilbl, of conn., thai In
lie little Mar-xht- hn frown unite lllm
kMuty of the play. It Wai rather ladloua,
la which :h: playful 'treta ppre,i hi,;
f -t vCoZf
Mm1p.1 the artist ul lift v that till ace
L- A..W-.. U...e. 1,. .haa
WH. and that count.-, for m re t -an the onu apProprmtHy prim M th.
UU. Bmlly Wuke.n.M and UlU lMbU tJ' llycoddle who lead,
y " ftal to Parti, Henry "fWjJJIJJJ JSo" nm,U1 UaM Jim
And Morton Silton waa a .mru ;n n tender-he ai ita v ,h. ........
Evan, wae rather I I a, an acm, who couM Und her way back to the arUet .
Studio after the theatre with "ii any l
But "The Itunawav" l.ua uppareutly
M Is quite harmless
IHE population of Algsntint nas
rown from l.-.'.. 144 U) la to
i.oso.s.'a in mm. Imports r.av I m
from M7.02l to 111 xporti
ffom MB, 170 ta :- ' "
Consul (i ti. M '' liJ
Ths city of Vienna pi SSI hat Is nr:,.. iiicre wre romparuilvply fw
perhaps the mrit ramarku la 1 ' gceldantl But sn epidemic of bo
or lctrlcll ii hti I. fountain In eg. ., ,., -ilague brok out So the bridge
Igtsnce. It is ntuat J m im iiwur.s
Mibargplaia Undsrnoaih n. fountain
nj a hug -mented ehaitlbsr aro placed
tweniy-j' - an rati ctl I i pi capa la
f prod. Clin, -..t .1 d rent 1 iminau
and coin ad i fl T ll iran.
Bt)ttd through th ' l r ... 'he loan
Uaa. THe 1'- it DOW. of ths plan- It
eo,usl tO " 1 ' "'
Anic'a tne i" "i a. kk rile.' oat by
a,, laie si i in A if' ll hi moat odd!)
amsd. brido In Hi world. Tall l In
N - i - g - h - t!
nomi.i j - u hM i'ukibluac
nun nun t ie duir nr n.. icu .
Michael IfortOA'l adiptaUon of th
U Uore illl'l nearly M daaillni ,
d:Playns her enduring young charmi
aK..:r.-Ulu not bring out tha VlMlnal
thouh not o ureionn aa 1 Suianne. 1
e.jn. Sl ice then she ha learned
noiiurs new about acting. Lit Dl(lt
a f'olette, who runs away to "ar!i u
ape marry Int the village molly
coddle, hc pouted, the v needled, she
ablmptradi sha rortl into chiid:h tem
tests of jealousy, she klsed every mm
la Ifnt. 3he ild all the things she has
done before ind nothing mora.
Ids cud of acting simply Miss t'urke
simply acted Uae a spo.ie.i chllJ. Un
de other circumstances Colette might
have taatnad like a half-sister I th. .
other little spitfire, Mlchellno In "In
constant Gaol," If 'ju remember
that character you will recall it was
acted delightfully 1 Mlas Mary Uoland,
aho proved t t she kasw the value
of sincerity. ::ia -,urka le'' night
never once Hilled .he sincerity of the
artist Into this little! art ItUdaAt Colette
chocking her iplnster aunts by sketch
Ing h.it she pleased might have nothi
ng to fear, but ;olette Uone In Paris
and ioai:ng herself bag ar i baggage
upon tr?e ff'.ebrated artlat, Maurice
Dalonay, m'.Shi be expected to show at
'.east a faint .agges tan of timidity.
Miss Hlllle Parks waa exactly ths
ma In both plncea. 3he behaved like
the atar of tho play, not like a country
girl plunglrg blindly Into Paris. A wlrt
ful charm, an uncertain aense of her
Strang pis. 'ion, night have worked
woi.ders here, ilut Miss Blllle Bark
was absolutely certain of herself. She
nas up to all her old tricks and ap
parently unmindful cf everything els
KM gfftctatloni at tlm.'s led Id th euaj
p clon that she is hecom.na the spoiled
child of the theatf While he looked
mil charming as ever, ene
Intent upon being "cut"
.(i frankly for "laughs" that
Iht failed to maks Colstts sy.tip
11 wss a fnrsgnrs
-A.ir.e that Colette would marry a man
enough to he ner miner, cuom,
nkes 'ny fuss annul n in !"'
u(n in this case an old rriena noes
hg agilnst him In tne ionn run ir
rlit a ViTy
nlnln man. but ne acieu
boen toned aown for
I'ciu on tho i illway from Lima to Or
o.va, apunr.ng a dei p and precipitous.
iiasMi over M)0 feet aid., and reatlng aa
tm -a gig.intlc piers Many of the met
mptoytd on the work were ex-sallors.
h e training tnab. 1 than) to work at
dirv heights, Althoorth the work eu
n''sess.irl!v of a moit J.i ncfr ills char-
was nfflelajly christened Piente de la
V'Cf 4js, or Bflggg jf Holla- a oamt
which ll atlll retains.
A slcn with letters o"s hundred fee'
high is 0 he seen in the shoro of Ihe
C ilumbla lllver near Leverly, in tn
It. of Wus.ilng'.on.
Two sm..'.l curved rlhs a'ltblg thr
spout of i new antl-at I tali na faucet
prsveui t.ie tvaiar ipattaring a it
a--c. uo nutter wtiat Ui p.ua.ai.
-esTP- V UJ UKIUlin I I I II. II i I
,kti m i i r y i l x y " t i x x
World Daily Magazine, Tuesday, October 10. 1911.
By Ferd G. Longj
06. itasa Ne vor Wort 41
AMON8TROSITT in handbag to on
1'a way acroa the Atlantic.
Aireacy It Is MgKili ng to com
Into vogue In London and I'arl. Boon
New York women may appear on the
treets with handbags mat will look like
e-orlflel reproductions of the aack In
h!ch some newsboya carry their papers.
Grandpa's carpetbag, at 111 so faahlon
able In tho tall timber belt, haa nothing
n thla creation either In size or gaudl-
iTbt Nat wk uTUi
fiTXOPHIS OF rROKUINQ STALMtNT.
WUltim Kg'l,. an Auaiur, i m tmut .ma..
ia$ ifui.i I'. . HbD bt BWt M 1 U mo
(.'flirt feiio .': of tiu tt i WflAll hJlti i i
tn Hue Mirtsotuf M ii iircntt ,.. At u
door on IMfttBlf oo hrr u.j, I
hfr luiibrti. I wthes to ,-. wirb btm r- L " '
10 th (iTMUtt a. r' iu- i t dil Hi. r- fin I M
irrrnut hiniflDai ItltMMI (rtn "Df tn
hiimi r.JJ im.'uli! prctebtt Hdj rmra innunci..j
hit tTUCa-mir .hpotf7 tu Ibi UM.i--dy
mrvU ob - v.ij back tu
in" tli cblm ' in;uifrlnii 0i Bi'v.J'
h t 1U" t- Ihr BOUM lUPDtWtOOa UtU9,
i' . . ' that Uri-nrt Ml nrtni M 1
' . llni r,(. r,v nlht-p hkni ihti llr .
Uea Ka.lv i, a, i.ilril t
J nit. 1
(. .tion irotn
. . I'.rl. an MT.T A WTl ITU ..1.1-
Minf. lireuet mu.ei Badyj release.
...mli j lo lln Ilreni'. imluieB'.. .aur
Mine iiret,.l. fci cur mi . u.,r.u .
ilnS rim to alUcli iwr busuauiTs bai dbaen
... . ..7Tr 'laaVaa Hist Moi cln-nrl Uaa S9rr I
. I a lummy inu ...- .cni
l. Ksili le iimam lur a f' UJ
Es.li le itmain lur a I1 S !)
g u i it
.ti ifierssni asinoii ssi inii
..r.Aiil. 1 i. nrvii.i i.iuv. , i,. w- on..
"..net "t nu.n.lnj Juinol till, tali 'hj.
i.rsll.en the M.a atrst. Has lu.t ralW. i s li
ilsteu. I aad lies. i (Urtslai Is i, .alk seireas
ySlaM sul .Marstlma. Mme UrsSM tu.ir
ioioa Liu Ills tains.
Mme luint)t n Maid.
Ul.l.llvA M, my fneuJ, that
M. Marathon Is right,
Everything leada me to
think, both in Ihe a: try of
the dummy and that of
ons of wn '"i I now r.e-
for the dial time, that tots la the moat I
piau.-ihie sgpreeaton t i truiu oi w.. in
w . are both 'gno.-ani
1 had leu aggaBtl y ear the wiruitn
of 1 breath.
Ann whll npeaklni. the truth, I mull
admit that the tone of ncr words ai
o llrongly Imbued with It, that I
thought I should be ill. like a woman
who has hysterics, In th' presence of
so inc imprahtnalblt a Justification.
I felt my hand hurnlr; a Ith fever In
her Icy one 1 ahould have like.l to
withdraw ll from her clasp but 1 no
longer had the eouragt ' And ahe was
holdlni; my tinkers with a mec. ml gj
presaure so siroiu. s. bevoi.il the or
al i. .try power of a woman's hand, trial
1 had the terrible, f.ellng that mini
sould always b iiram n o. ih.s
Marathon had rIUmd! his dem
If h waa putting th same
Te Handbag Is to Be
p.-- ?rr lfj
The new bags, as seen In the accom-
panying pictures from th Sketch, are
of varying shapes, sues, materials and
convln-lng logic Into It, hla voice had
changed strangely. The tone was firm
er, calmer He aoamad lo b- lamentlnsl
his foolish dlseni h..: ni'Tl -one knew
not what mournful rllgnatlca what
forsecn dlallluslon. waa .n the Cspthl
cf hla br ted hea; t.
Now, ' ho hurungued. "do you unlor
aland why 1 Riugt have the head of
Z, the Strang'er-and Why my Impera
tive duty, Muitre sUtnot, .a to save, coat
what it nay, the charming and too un
h .ppy Mo... Qrsnat? i ani not going'..
enlaivo upon my prlvatt fllngl Voa
divined tiieiu yaatrday - ova aim
iiieneil Lot us under-stHiiJ eaen otaei 1
1 am not an old man who may be
footed with Impunity. To ia igh ai m
I no esay aori:' I love lint tirenet
wllh my bra n, with my Intelligence,
Ritn ail my hart, tool l i".e n.-r a I
would love a grown la du ignter, I
chihlleaa widowsr! To s- v yth'.ng In
a s.ngls word, 1 l ive I. t Ide illy. 1: is
stronger than I I feel .. father'! heart,
! do )uu understand ,' You don't under
I ItMdl Beahles, t.'iat la It and Is Hit!
I loie her with all my hea t-aiul my
heart Is fllitd wlui blttarn! IfOU do
I not know hltlcrne.-s. M .itrn JUlnOtl Yoa
lie married lo del.r.''tfii' young wife'
You are Ignorant of ths most num-n or
feelings jealousy, In sr.ortl'
"Are you jca.ouJ, M ilaraltoc?'
ths lawyai latarrupiaa.
Ve. sir,' Ftp, ltd (Aa al.'iijile-hesried
nan firmly. "J gm not an ass! 1 ur.-
Irttnnd perfectly wall that there la
underneath thla affair .. drama of paa-
ion us dark os .i . i. ...... i.-ss nigni i am
etiuugli of a psycho, ogist to divine that
i.. bvautlfui and VirtUOl I Mine (tram
ii -at hive egmtril lad am Hiltit ini I
prudence with this Don Jain ttapban I
son, your by no means fatlmgh e cleat l 1
1 would risk putting my hand In the
fir that Mme. Client'. Is the purest of I
vi men ass put al e Is a woman,
after all! I fear that she may be com- I
plttely deceive), as we have been our
selves by this dangaroui ruffian who
)g ga.ned hr blind COnBdanegl I fear
thgl ahe may have son away wllh 't.
n e ttranglsr! it Ii nlghimart whlnn .
kept nie awake until J ocl.uk thla
morning An! Malirt Juinol. you a.
cut laa then, as l do. side ny side, hand
In hund -she the weak and Ignorant
victim, he the b . .1 and dunKeioua raf
li s enough to tuak lias i.air rla
Let George DO It!
IP TOU WANT
ou cn cook
VOO GET T0
-ft one? v ...
as Big as a Suitcase
d.ilg.ia Some would hold acarce a sin-
gle bushel of potatoes, whll otheis
wuuld be large (BOUgh for laundry tig
and aultcaao combined.
A Great tans. an
Printed for the
on una uead Nuw. Uo ou undeiaiano
"hy I am going lo place all the re- ,
sources of my Ingenuity ut lh at-rvlco
of so nobis a cause? Do you comprs
hrnd that It la not M. (irenet's mar
derer who lntereeta me. I.ut-tb rival'"
He paused and stammered:
"Pardon me--the word outstrips my
thought. . is not a rival I hold to
what 1 told you: I lov Mme Urenet
with an ethereal passion! Anil, to save
her from trie aluiahaa of 8. whom. If I
were a married man, I should no; want
to see beneath my roof, 1 am already
making the sucrlllce of my social posi
tion and am ready to offer a still gma or
rlle-t'ist of my lfs' 1 have said it! '
We nanrd Maitra Juiuot nocomptjiylng
M. Uarataan t.y 'is auto, wnloh was
landlrg uafurs Iht, do.r of ths Uiils
Wa heard the Magistrals' last words.
spoken on the thraanoj I of the office:
"All' Juinol, you ure Ills lil' ky fellow
You don'l Know What Ji.il.usy la!"
At that g old Jia.ouey, doao leas from
soma InMpllcabl asso. .a. ion of Ideas,
Mme. Qranct mo murad in my ai m
a I per musical vu.csi
"jour duty, b sphansoni i not
stay neiu .u.otuei day."
l as itartiad ' 1 Tha iniage of
iny beloved w.fe, Ann.e Mutou. paaseal
befoiv my uoabled eyes
"Oh!" i itammid, .u an agltatad
tone. "Ho you waul to Jr.j y iil0 ,
leoond i. me I"
"It is became I do nol wish to ruin
e'oul" aald Mme tlrenet coldly. "
l.pt.tt my older --.. it), pargiog
ing ciuature auld. my
order." "Totll11 141
et, l.i le.i.H M:..e. Jull
101 a i.uusa at onus,
m. lisp isnaon.
"No. no!" I tried t ealat
At that moment, Ma.tre Juiuot
tack in lua oih. a
Mine. Qranal IWlftly vanished tnrough
tha dlnlr.g room, again putting her
finger un her lips, and bra., fi.iig tho
terrible warning, the WCOmpi eiianalole
I had Just seen, for the second tlnya. I
the cruel, evil light I had surpr.sed th I
enlng before In r.er pare eye-, while
the mlslrsBa of the house was at ths L..r,l, the elegant gentleman wao pur
piano, .and I was tei rtfl-1 by It. iied Iht Charming MmS. (irenet with
It was time for m to ..! iivar. gttontlam at Rhtlmtl I Intend
The lawyer soon raised the heavy por. , ,,,.,ther to aBIUiPtg MW to sccuse Mine
Here wh I ll -eparaled me fiuru hll office (;r.,'' Bu: I slo mean lo exculpat
am' stid Lin t. tl y : I her. when aJverse circumstances blun-
"Well. you are ajtlsryd ' supriose.
my iad. I tiave only one. more ple- e of
advice lo give you Will ,rn Kady That
Is, to be off from her a loon as
u'l tiffi' 1 VI I. kp Id I'rvr i'vvk
,- 00 OON T
coo it in.
0E Tq do
And woman still grumble that a ho la
rockeries woman haa progiesaed from
puree ta handbag, from handbag la
satchel. Now. we are told, the aalchel
la to give way to Ihe ' aack "In ths
form here Illustrator. Mvmtli the
Sketch suggests thai tne new receptacle
be lulled "the Woek-Knd," for It might
well contain goods and h "els ufB-
elent for a vls.t of that period.
. it- J
First Time in English
The AiionymmiH Letter.
ET there he no mistake
earning my Intentions!
I have a great ileal of dim
cully In giving a truthful por
trait of Ihe extraordinary
Mine. Urenet, who Is always varying, !
anil for Mhos ex.eoilui. an artist's1
hand would be ne-es-ary.
runups It Is true that I ahould be
too much Interested In the affair to aea
it wiih an Impartial ayai if 1 Idsallaa
I shall falsify II. like M. Marathon' It
I allo'.v Ihi first IrrllntlOn .auaed by
ner sojuivoaal eond tot lowarj me to
Ipaal my fait. iles hi ish w!! batray
the feelli as of 0morrow, which all.
be my real ones.
Ncv r ri hetesa. I should be t.'i moat
d.s'.r.asel of story-let, era If the lagaygg
0( ii me Crenel, whlcn 1 am trying .
render aa gSU rat as pussthle, should
render her U.sagrreable tu 'aa -eijar
I fi-resee tne o..,v t.out
The gmblgUOUl ren.ark of Mme
Qranati "Kvorytiilr.g leads BM to thins
botn .11 ths (lory ut tns dummy an I
mat of the colli casious, of whlcn 1 nun
hear (of ma I I'M lime, that tola Is tha
ni .si plisustnie expression of a trail
ul A'hl 'h w ar bo'.. i 'itnoraiitt"
I fores. e ths nhjactloa ana i tmsai
Allele s asv aaya-1-.! "' I'ari or
Mme. Oiet.et! Mm Qrsnol waa aoio
l ilely isnorani of I. story of ihe
dummy and that of the confessions. The
,1 ry of tha latter was trie work of
forgot a man named Sslmilierinann. aa
M alarnlhOB aillru.el! Tne matter of
me 'tummy could not be attrlbutd ta
M Qranat w!drjw, but, doubtlej, to
, .,1 as-assln. whose c nl-al Jet
had leil ln(0 'hg blind alley, without
egress, where I waa brougnl lu Day
through an Inconce vabl fataltlyl
i do not say this i gully, t u u win t
.;,vtil In g'"d time by Lonte l-ullle-
drr'.ngly ''''" her, and a'cuss her
With ns 'her reatrl' "Ion nor pit y . wh-ii
her blundtn compel nie to do so. And
It Is really her ulundurlng, to uae no
harsher word, thai fuicsd ins. twenty-
II By George McManus
k w i tm . . i'i
""C .c tc ieT
Nv v " J ..
r y . i y x. v
I ' ...toy
-c. f WELCOME 1
r . . to out
I M TMf I g'T 'L
indeed. It would be tar more ..-...- -- ' " " 1
you knew In your own MMt that your flino toward your an -.are not
all that they ahould be.
1 know perfectly w.ll that It I omotlm -T7 bar far a girl to bar,
courage enough lo tell a man .he no longer loves him. If h I a t.ndr-h.art4
girl, and she feel that the man car. vory mucb fv bar It I no easy task 4a
UDrally to make him unhappy
But my dears, you mint lak my word for It that It la botUr ta aua Aj.
man one .harp pang bafor. marrl.g than to hove you both andur tha oonolaar
nilaery of finding youraolv unhappily tld to each othr for Ufa.
She Ldbes Ano'hfr.
A MAN- who elgn hi letter " A.
"I have been In love with a girl
for unit llm Before I paid attention
to this girl another man used, to .all
on her and she loved him. She toll
me now Uiat she till lov him. but
that she will marry me, Inasmuoh a
her love for him 1 hopeaess. Would It
bg wise to contract auoli a marriage"
i certainly do not think you ahould
permit the young lady to do either you
iw herelf tha Injustice of marrying
vo i while gha "l"" for anuthor MM.
Pgrhapt you can win her affection
though. If you "r' patlsnt "d kind. At
lenst ahe has lo en perfectly frank with
Author of " The Mm nuhotit rsce
fuur noura after il Maiathon Vlait. la knows, you and your hiding placer a
commit an unusually grave error. vV-e demanded In a hlaalng tone, with furl
horrible result was th tragical ala OUS geatures.
of the newlt thing Vlma Juinol! ( had s feeling of terrible anxiety
I hiKl ol.taln.-d the evening bef 'rs , end snswered like a coward
from my annoyed OOtingOl a delay of "This an jii n.ua letter Is from Mraa.
two days before leaving th" hom drenet!"
WhoSS hospitality weighed heavily upon i ..ic,.,,,,, Mm, Orenet or from anybody
him for many reaaona. I hoped to profit wh4t llo ctrr' yellesl MMtrs
by them to dra.v from octavle the ex- Junea a parnsyajii of wrath. HU
plr.natl.ns I needed. In truth, 1 waa (lUln how writer of this rots oart
i pn li ly msiidened by ine i.tea or an-
OthOf arrest, which was only a quoatlnfi
of hours. 1 spent the second night In
the Jiilnots' guest chamber-nla' what'
ciuel Iron.-' In deluiilug a delicate
I probtam botwaan my ooaatstdoaog as an i
I In. n. liable man and the Instinct of self
I p eservailon And I really believe It
is aa well to oonfaoi t p eowaralea at
ones thai the inaglstrite s attitude, so
partial, over partial, to Mine Urenet.
alone pievemei' n.y danSUnc ng Octa.le, 1
Ihe Julnols sham dumestle Ves t '
r.ully believe In that lime of midu-sj
my consclanc aa i morabt m n hsd I
no power, an i if 1 did got den ,uu e
har it was aolsly boeanag i bathvod it I
was for 'in iRtoroai lu OUTf Ui that
It is lertaln that matter, would have
i.-eii dirfer.M. ii. at tne teirlhle 4ra
which la lo be i ad would not have
appsnad in the little house rn 'the
lloule.anl Maillot at Neullly If M
JulltOa had not come Into my room,
extremely nerious, alrroi.t frantic, to
urgu my departure and shake In my
face, like it furl. ma thi -at, trie atiorv-
I in-. us letter he ha I Just reci-iv.xl
' "William En.lv." he cried, wavi'.g
trie Bt-rap of papor li was crushing In
his mate, hla 1 t.ekhon.ss r.sl arid h,
fierce. I will i.ut i:..s ill Mme Jul
wnh whom I hue Ju-t h.id an n
! ptanallan, by tipiipving hu-
. But read this note l have rer
I.e. I au.t
nil me If I waa wrong the sight bS'Of
last In reproaching via .'or v. ir lac-
of propria!) altar 'tu peifutmauc ot
The man excitement alarmed m
I felt how useless It would be fur me
to try to obaah his anger I took the
paper from ins irem'.llng finger mid
read the scrawl, in wiucJi Muitre liil
out was urged. UBloag he wlahrd (o
romptiunise Irrrtrle.ahly both hla po
sition among the lawyers and Mme
Julnot's raputatlon, to drtvt from hu
nous Bliphanoon. M .'renet s mur
derer. t whoin, theotigh an In oncelv
ghll foaling of misplaced pity, he had
given hospl tulli y .
"WsMft Jot-" Uil co. oi IromT Who,
THcN I'LL I
ONt 09 -IPM
MY dear glrla, remember, thero I do dlabooor ra
breaking your promise lo marry a man If you a4
vuu do not lave him aa you first thought you 414.
,.- van tfk f nl s 1 wAtie aiiimlaa li
Ailirtl, who sign her letter R T."
"I am an orphan aad a young
man rails frequently upon mo. and haa
given me many present. Ho haa told
mo that ha loves me, and although I
like Mm aa a Msrid I do not think I
could ver love IWm. Now, my marrtad
sister say I have no right to accept
hi attention If I do not lnn la
marry him. I ah right V
Your alater ta right to thla extent You
certainly ahould maks your feelings
toward the young man very plain to
him. Then If he wlshss to continue his
attentions he cannot subsequently ra
cowardice was to bsj completo
Was I lo confess. "Ask your inald.
Octavle- ask Mme itreru.t herself." I
oontrdlfad niyself and s.opned on ths
verge of my hrsetietas.
Mailt- J I'll ..' I said sadly. "I will
not remain In .cur house a moment
"I expect that, and nothing else!" bo
repiie., ex.. ape. aleu.
"You have undeniably the power to
destroy or lo save an Inn.. cent man. I,
William Bady, an a man .f honor and
in i i - est man' J ash only one thing,
which vuu cannot refa-e ins, for you
are glao both' dwe.r, that whatsvsr
ma) bappsn, you will re.esl my rsal
IdSiltlty lo no one! In an hour I shall
iprubsybl) i"' m Uayathun'i prisoner
.-. , ir .i.e. u w... a.mw uuay
dtaphanaon, the tenant in th. it. Ma
a: d evar ne...
. I in. Bstoy, he avialur at
"1 awea. II!" he aa d.
stwear It" I I'era sred. 'by w-itt frOu
bold must laarad gwaat n t tne bead
of Mn e Julnof '
"Ohl you make me aiiusJilM lth your
he i. o! M ne Ju.n o "' lis -l . i Mine
I JUlMI Is away an I Will Ml -etutn bs
j fore ! ir ll I hale Bent h- - off from
here. I d n't wish Iter lo .laect what
haa occurred batwaan 's! ; is. eibu!
nesa engage nl 1 . all re I m la an
hOUf! fee that I ill n flrxl v ,j har
when 1 - i.e ' a" ' i a. I I ask
of you a g a1
Me it i v "lhle off rt to hold out
hie glovesl hand
"Pardon me." I sa d One mora ra
quest. Olvc me that la t tar l
The anonyntoua laltarl "hy. if yoa
"Thai is my affatr! it is of no s
viet to you. and It may bo of swtavt
utility to ml"
He hesitated a moment, then decided,
and hsnding It to me, aualed with a bits,
U'u Bo CuatiouadJ